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Taiwan Tech and the School of Management have set up a wide range of services that help to connect academia with the world of industry and business.SOM students and graduates are offered a plethora of career and recruitment-related activies on and off campus. Faculty members of the SOM offer their expertise and services not only to the Taiwan Tech community, but also reach out to local and international enterprises that wish to enhance their cooperation with Taiwan Tech. 

Placement and Career Services 
fairThe Career Counselling Division within the Office of Student Affairs provides a comprehensive Career Education Program with career talks, interview and resume workshops, company visits, employer information sessions, and other networking events.

The highlight is the Annual Career Fair in March when more than 200 companies set up their booths on Taiwan Tech Campus to offer information on job vacancies and  internships.
As a special service for international students, the Office of International Affairs (OIA) organizes career-related activities such as information seminars on working in Taiwan, sharing sessons with international alumni, or targeted recruitment sessions.
The OIA also offers support with work-permit applications and finding part-time jobs.


Office of Industry-Academia Collaboration 

glorThe university-level Office of Industry-Academia Collaboration (IAC) is a well-established service unit at Taiwan Tech that is tasked with facilitating university-academia cooperation, and puts a lot of effort in fostering start-ups and developing an enterpreneurial spirit among students and graduates. SOM faculty members are crucially involved in the management and daily operations of the IAC which comprises a main office, an Enterprise Service Center (ESC), a Business Incubation Center (BIC), and Taiwan Tech GLORIA (Global Research and Industry Alliance). GLORIA is part of a nationwide  initiative launched by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) in 2016, and serves as a platform to link ‘Industry-University-Institutes’  with key stakeholders including local and international industries, as well as faculty and administrative staff from various universities in Taiwan.  


Taiwan Tech Industry 4.0 Implementation Center

The Taiwan Tech Industry 4.0 Implementation Center, opened in 2016, is the first and only center in Taiwan that is devoted to the training of Industry 4.0 talent and the development of related technologies. More than 3 million Euros were invested into an educational demo factory with sophisticated machinery and equipment that was provided by local and international companies. Faculty from the School of Management and several other Taiwan Tech colleges engage in cross-disciplinary teaching and research projects to prepare our students for careers in smart manufacturing. The centre also offers domestic industries the facilities and resources that are necessary to develop technologies and cultivate technological talent. By offering industrial training courses in industry-university collaborative projects, the centre helps to alleviate the shortage of Industry 4.0 manpower and tto enhance the strategic competitiveness of those enterprises.